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Jonny Quest T-Shirts
Text and photos (except where credited) © 2005 by Craig Fuqua
A T-shirt produced by Graphitti Designs in 1987 and offered by Comico, in conjunction
with their Jonny Quest comic books
Original image by Doug Wildey. Click on the image to see a close-up of the graphic
(courtesy Scotty Phillips
A closer look at the Doug Wildey graphic for the 1987 Comico Jonny Quest T-shirt
is at left. Follow this link
to see another version, without Jade, supposedly offered as a publicity cel by Hanna-Barbera.
And, finally, here's a remake of
the original Doug Wildey graphic by Mike Royer
(again without Jade) as a
line drawing; this was produced as part of the work done for a coloring book.
Another T-shirt produced by Graphitti Designs in 1987 based on Comico's issue 5 cover, in conjunction with their
Jonny Quest comic books
. Original image by Dave Stevens. Click on either
image to see a larger version (courtesy Scotty Phillips
Here's the back of a T-shirt sold at Universal Studios Florida, copyright 1993.
Universal Studios Florida was selling this T-shirt in 1995 in the Hanna-Barbera
Store. Above is the design on the back. The
featured the "classic" version of the logo. The back image was used
as the front of another T-shirt
This T-shirt was sold in the Hanna-Barbera Employee Store and was produced in 1995.
Its tag (below) featured the Jonny Quest version of the Hanna-Barbera logo.
This unlicensed T-shirt was available in the early '90s, at least at one Austin, TX, comicbook shop.
Jonny Quest and distinctive likenesses © Hanna-Barbera.
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